Graduate, Pratt Institute, 1942.
Industrial designer, development work government projects, camouflage, Raymond Loewy Associations, New York City, 1942-1949; executive designer, Raymond Loewy Associations, New York City, 1952-1955; industrial designer, Singer Company industrial designer, Frigidaire Company industrial designer, SchicK Company industrial designer, Coca Cola Company industrial designer, Shell Oil Corporation industrial designer, National Biscuit Company director, Institute Design, Illinois Institute Technology, 1955-1969; professor, Institute Design, Illinois Institute Technology, 1955-1969; co-founder, senior vice-president, director, Unimark International Chicago (design firm), 1965-1972; affiliated with, Delta Planning Group, Chicago, until 1981; principal, Jay Doblin Associations, Chicago, 1981-1985; consultant, J.C. Penney Company, Inc. consultant, Standard Oil Corporation, Indiana consultant, American Hospital Association, Xerox, Beatrice Corporation, Borg-Warner chairman industrial design department night school, Pratt Institute professor, School The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 1975-1978. Visiting professor London Business School, 1979-1980.
Fellow Royal Society Arts (London), Industrial Designers Society of America (president 1956, director, Outstanding Design Programs award 1974, Personal Recognition award 1982), International Council Societies Industrial Design (vice president), International Design Conference (director). Member Industrial Design Educators Association (past president).
Married Annette Woodward, March 27, 1949.